Clinical Supervision

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Markus Sinclair
March 23, 2013
HRDT 6666
Professor Williams
Unit Assignment 8- Clinical Supervision

Summary
The purpose of clinical supervision is to assist the teacher to learn from his or her experience and progress in expertise, as well as to ensure good service to the student. It is not only an observation but also an existence. The author points out that most teachers have a negative view of supervision and the relationship between the teacher and supervisor can be hostile and only provides summative evaluation. To counteract the situation, the clinical supervision model was introduced to propose that teachers can be familiar with the evaluate approach of clinical supervision. Under this model, the following supervisory requirements for successful implementation of clinical supervision are identified: teachers should learn specific intellectual and behavioral skills to improve instruction. Supervisors should take responsibility for helping teachers to develop skills for analyzing the instructional process and emphasize what and how teachers teach, to improve instruction not to change the teacher’s personality. Planning and analysis should center on making and testing instructional hypotheses based on observational evidence. The planning conference is to establish a common frame of reference for the planning observation, also establish rapport between the teacher and those supervising. The lesson plans should be implemented during the observation and discussed.
Observation: the purpose is to improve an objective record to mirror what the teacher actually said and did during the instructional process. The role of the supervisor is to observe, stay neutral not to interact or interfere in the classroom activities. The methods that can be applied are: videotaping, audio taping, scripting.
Feedback conference: the purpose is to provide feedback and…...

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